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[audio]WTDY's Amy Barrilleaux talks with Theda Skocpol from Harvard University - WTDY News
Lots of talk about Paul Ryan's budget plan, which he's named the "Path to Prosperity." The plan is being sold by the GOP as a way to tackle our federal debt by getting spending under control, while at the same time, bringing tax relief to the middle class. Sounds pretty good. But some experts say, if you take a hard look at Ryan's budget, it's not good at all. Harvard University Professor of Government Theda Skotchpol is the author of "The Transformation of American Politics: Activist Government...
Keywords: WTDY; Amy Barrilleaux; Theda Skocpol; Paul Ryan; Budget
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[audio]Theda Skocpol at Politics and Prose - Politics and Prose
This is an audio recording of Theda Skocpol speaking about her book, The Tea Party & the Remaking of Republican Conservatism, at Politics and Prose on February 7, 2012.
Keywords: Theda Skocpol; The Tea Party & the Remaking of Republican Conservatism; Politics and Prose
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[audio]The Tea Party and Civic Engagement in America - Theda Skocpol - Kansas City Public Library
Theda Skocpol conducted grassroots interviews and visited local Tea Party gatherings throughout America. In this year’s Park University Hauptmann Lecture, she discussed the past and future of the Tea Party movement and examines its dominant beliefs. This event took place on March 27, 2013 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Theda Skocpol; Tea Party; civic engagement; Hauptmann Lecture; Park University; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
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